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Two weeks rule between taking BASE SAS certification?

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Two weeks rule between taking BASE SAS certification?

Hi - In order for your passing score to count, is the period between failing and taking it again 2 weeks?  Calendar days or business days or ?  For instance, let's say I take it next month on December 15th, but fail to pass it...  Can I register the next day, December 16th, to take it again on December 30th, and have it count if I pass it on December 30th?

 


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‎11-29-2016 02:54 PM
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Re: Two weeks rule between taking BASE SAS certification?

14 days. If you took it the first time on Thursday December 15, then you are elligble to take the exam a second time on Thursday Dec 29.

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Re: Two weeks rule between taking BASE SAS certification?

It says 14 days, so I would assume 14 calendar days. 

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‎11-29-2016 02:54 PM
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Re: Two weeks rule between taking BASE SAS certification?

14 days. If you took it the first time on Thursday December 15, then you are elligble to take the exam a second time on Thursday Dec 29.

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